The Latin plural Salmanticenses, literally 'those from the city/university of Salamanca', specifically refers to:
*The general renaissance School of Salamanca
*Salmanticenses and Complutenses, Discalced Carmelites lecturing and publishing ecclesiastical courses in Salamanca viz. Alcalá de Henares

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